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Life is not always fair.
Everyone has a right to a fair trial.
free and fair elections
It wouldn’t be fair to the others if she is paid more.
Teachers have to be scrupulously fair in marking examination papers.
We aim to provide healthy food at fair prices.
It is not fair to attack his personal life in this way.
We walked 3 miles to school, which is a fair distance.
I had a fair idea of what he was going to say next.
His knowledge of Russian is very good though his Japanese is only fair.